Romanes Eunt Domus





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Monty Python's "Life of Brian" (Romanes eunt domus...)

- What's this, then? "Romanes eunt domus"? "People called Romanes, they go the house"?
- It says, "Romans go home".
- No, it doesn't. What's Latin for "Roman"? Come on.
- Romanus?
- Goes like...?
- Annus?
- Vocative plural of "annus" is...?
- Ani?
- Romani.
- "Eunt"? What is eunt?
- "Go".
- Conjugate the verb "to go".
- Ere, eo, is, it, imus, itis, eunt.
- So "eunt" is...?
- Third person plural, present indicative. "They go".
- But "Romans go home" is an order, so you must use the...?
- Imperative!
- Which is...?
- Oh, "i".
- How many Romans?
- Plural, plural. "Ite", "Ite"!
- "Ite".
- "Domus"? Nominative?
- "Go home". This is motion towards, isn't it, boy?
- Dative! Not dative, not the dative, sir! The accusative! Accusative! "Domum", sir! "Ad domum".
- Except that "domus" takes the...?
- The locative, sir.
- Which is...?
- "Domum"!
- "Domum".
- Understand?
- Yes, sir!
- Now, write that 100 times.
- Yes, sir. Thank you. Hail Ceasar, sir.
- Hail Ceasar. If it's not done by sunrise, I'll cut your balls off.
- Oh, thank you, sir. Thank you, sir. Hail Ceasar and everything, sir.
- Finished...
- Right. Now, don't do it again!

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